Her Majesty Army Days Figurine by Royal Doulton

Item #: RYDLT-40013691



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Her Majesty Army Days Figurine by Royal Doulton

Army Days portrays Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor dressed in the uniform of the Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS), which she joined in 1945 as a Second Subaltern. By the end of the war she was a Junior Commander, having completed her course at the No. 1 Mechanical Training Center of the ATS and passed out as a fully qualified driver. Amongst the duties she carried out were changing wheels, maintaining engines and driving vehicles such as ambulances. Issued in a limited edition of 2,000, Army Days is full of detail, including the ATS badge on Princess Elizabeth ’s hat and the overalls and flat shoes that were regulation wear. A dark green tool box is by her feet. Skilled ceramic artists have painted the figurine by hand in shades of brown and green to recreate the khaki tones of the World War Two uniform.
Royal events and anniversaries have regularly been commemorated by Royal Doulton since the 19th century, and the 90th birthday of Her Majesty The Queen, the UK ’s longest reigning monarch, is no exception.
Royal Doulton designer, Neil Faulkner has chosen notable points in the Queen Elizabeth II ’s life as inspiration for a memorable collection of four figurines reflecting her personal history, from a young princess in wartime to a great grandmother celebrating the christening of a future king.

  • Dimensions: 8.7" H
  • Materials: Fine Bone China
  • Care Instructions: To clean, wipe with a soft cloth. Not dishwasher or microwave safe.

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